In PEI's northern New London Bay, Lucky Limes are bag grown in algae abundant waters, which imbue their shells with a lovely, bright green hue. Fed by the Gulf of St. Lawrence, they're subtly salty, deep cupped, and perfectly paisley shaped. Get lucky and try them with 10% off today and tomorrow only.
green | salty | lucky
Pairs Perfectly with:
- St. Paddy's Day
- Braised Cabbage
- Roasted Potatoes + Lamb
Movies, Martinis + Cape Spear. Oh My.
Movies, Martinis and Cape Spear
Our new oyster this week, Cape Spear Salt from Nova Scotia sparked a walk down memory lane: the famous film "Cape Fear" from 1962 and the notorious Martin Scorsese remake in 1991 with Robert De Niro and Juliette Lewis (Jessica Lange, Nick Nolte, and star cameos by Gregory Peck and Robert Mitchum).
If you've never seen the remake, buckle up. Cabin fever begone, hello adrenaline rush: Pair with
Let the good times roll ~ Mardi Gras Trio
Nothing beats a gaggle of oysters preening on their half-shells, but for Mardi Gras...let's get decadent. As they say in Louisiana, laissez les bon temps rouler ~ let the good times roll.
After all, New Orleans created the famed Oysters Rockefeller, Oysters Bienville, and the Po' Boy, aka "the peacemaker" because carousing husbands used to present them as peace offerings to their wives.✌️
You don't need to cook for hours. Crank...
Let's take a honeymoon.
Cue the swoon
From the Romans to Chaucer, there's lots of lore about the origin of St. Valentine and Valentine's Day, but one fact remains true, it's a perfectly delicious day to celebrate your loves and take a little honeymoon from the winter doldrums.
Show your lover, family, and friends, how much they mean to you: Cue the swoon with Honeymoon, a new oyster from Bedec Bay, New Brunswick or our
Shigoku ~ the Ultimate Valentine
We ❤️ ShigokuAnd we're pretty sure you will, too. Happy Valentine's from us to you.
We're over the moon to offer these tide-tumbled beauts from Taylor Shellfish Farms in WA for Valentine's. Forget the chocolate, these unique, cornucopia-shaped bivalves are a true treat.
In Japanese, "shigoku" means ultimate, and there are many who think SHIGOKU (farmed in Samish Bay or Willapa Bay, WA) is the ultimate oyster. Cultivation and availability is limited, and you'll mostly find them in high-end restaurants in the pacific northwest and in...